A Harmony Boys Christmas: Live From Waikiki Beach
The Boys are back! It's 1963 all over again and famed foursome The Harmony Boys are here to spread Christmas Cheer all over your face in a live holiday special event on the gay and vibrant shores of beautiful Waikiki Beach! Get your tickets now to see Billy, Bobby, Barry, and Xian Ling Moon reunite onstage together again in this singing, dancing, toe-tapping musical extravaganza for the whole family!*
*not suitable for families or children under 13.
Excerpts from the Harmony Boys Wikipedia Page:
The Harmony Boys, a male quartet founded in 1944, were a popular singing group from Altoona, PA, with such hits as Sometimes I Dream (My Wife Died in a Fire), The Chocolate Truffle Shuffle, and Everythings Coming Up Bubbles. In 1959, the Boys were indefinitely banned from the recording industry by the National Legion of Decency after their woefully misguided childrens album, Bath Time With The Boys.
Bobby Harmony (aka Robert W. Puffman)
Only Bobby Harmony found moderate success as a solo performer with his debut album, Bobby Harmonys Just Me Singing By Myself. He was also a published author, spending two weeks at #69 on the New York Times Bestseller list for his erotic memoirs, A Gentlemans Guide to Date Rape. Bobby continued performing solo until his death in 1971, the result of a drug overdose from a craze called honeycombing, where he would achieve an incredible high by placing a live hornets nest deep inside his rectum.
Barry Harmony (aka Barry Pfister, Jr.)
Barry Harmony, a secret but apparently constant homosexual, finally opened up to the Boys about his preferences during the moon landing. The Boys promptly turned him in to the House Un-American Activities Committee and he was subsequently flown to Guantanamo Bay and executed by firing squad. Barrys corpse was accidentally exhumed during a routine bomb test and mysteriously disappeared. A sack of old Yukon Gold potatoes was re- buried in its place and marked with a gay headstone.
Xian Ling Moon Harmony (aka ???)
Xian Ling Moon Harmony was discovered by an American G.I. in a fire- bombed rice paddy when he was 5 and later adopted by famed husband and wife vaudeville duo, Bruce & Juice from Duluth, MN (Juice was barren). Xian was quickly incorporated into their act and therefore never achieved a single year of actual education, becoming officially recognized by the United States Government as a LARVA, or Legally American Retarded Vaudeville Asian. Xian Ling Moons current whereabouts remain unknown.
Billy Harmony (aka Billy Harmon)
After the Boys dissolved, group leader and founder Billy Harmony became increasingly reclusive and moved to rural Vermont with his wife, Ruth, and their two children, Joey and Louise. He died in 1982 after a prolonged battle with lead poisoning, leaving behind a contested will (in which he left everything to the family dog, Ruth 2) and producing a slew of tawdry tell-all books from his children who accused him of domestic abuse, alcoholism, and sport-hunting local minorities.
- The Harmony Boys Salute the Troops (1944)
- A Herky Jerky Turky Day (1947)
- Spurs and Spangles: The Harmony Boys Go West (1951)
- The Harmony Boys Save Columbus Day (1952)
- Boys Beware! (The Truth About Homosexuals): Valentines Day with The Harmony Boys (1955)
- When Civil Rights Go Wrong: The Harmony Boys March on Washington (1957)
- Bath Time With The Boys (1959)
The Broadwater Main Stage (View)
6322 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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